Published June 7, 2017
PUEBLO OF POJOAQUE – The Poeh Cultural Center will host a summer arts market to feature Native American arts, cultural dances and demonstrations on June 17th, 2017.
The Poeh Summer Arts Market will take place at the Poeh Cultural Center, 15 miles north of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Organized by the Poeh Cultural Center, the market will celebrate authentic Pueblo Indian arts and contemporary Native American arts. Artists include; Hopi jeweler Steve LaRance, San Ildefonso Pueblo potter Erik Fender, Jemez Pueblo sculptor Adrian Wall, Santa Clara/White Mtn. Apache sculptor Upton Ethelbah and Blackfeet printmaker Terran Kipp Last Gun.
The market is free-to-attend family friendly public event, opening on Saturday, June 17 at 8:00 am. Along with the change to visit and interact with Native artists, visitors can watch traditional pueblo dances and listen to Native music and eat hand cooked native foods. Throughout the day artists will provide hands on demonstrations in Pueblo pottery, jewelry making and sculpture. Also during the day will include critical talks on the state of Pueblo Pottery in New Mexico.
Located on the Pueblo of Pojoaque, the Poeh Cultural Center is a facility built in the traditional pueblo adobe style and features an impressive four-story tower structure housing the Roxanne Swentzell Gallery. Visitors are encouraged to wander the pueblo village like buildings and tour the Poeh Museum, Gift Shop and Art Studios.
More information about the work of the Poeh Cultural Center & the POEH SUMMER ART MARKET, can be found on the website www.poehcenter.org or on Facebook /poehculturalcenter.
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